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Question 1 1 out of 1 points The core pathology of later adolescence is repudiation. This refers to Selected Answer: c. a hostile rejection of ideas and groups that do not adhere to one’s own beliefs. Answers: a. withdrawal from the support and companionship of others. b. a sense of having violated one’s own standards for good and moral behavior. c. a hostile rejection of ideas and groups that do not adhere to one’s own beliefs. d. self-doubt and self-criticism. Question 2 1 out of 1 points One cannot embrace all ideologies and roles. Each commitment brings some boundaries to one’s values and limits one’s investments to a certain vision of the self continuing in the future. This rejection of certain ideologies is called Selected Answer: a. repudiation. Answers: a. repudiation. b. refusal of cultural values. c. rejection identification. d. fidelity. Question 3 1 out of 1 points The ability to sustain loyalties freely pledged in spite of the inevitable contradictions and confusions of value systems is referred to as Selected Answer: a. fidelity. Answers: a. fidelity. b. contamination. c. sacrifice. d. repudiation. Question 4 1 out of 1 points
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Research on ethnic identity as measured by the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure (MEIM) has found that Selected Answer: a. individuals with positive ethnic identity deal more effectively with threatening social situations involving discrimination and stereotyping. Answers: a. individuals with positive ethnic identity deal more effectively with threatening social situations involving discrimination and stereotyping. b. the salience of ethnic identity is the same for those who face discrimination and for those who do not. c. ethnic identity is stronger in men than women. d. ethnic identity is negatively associated with self-esteem in later adolescence and adulthood. Question 5 1 out of 1 points Beverly knows she should be doing more to figure out what she wants to do after college, but she just cannot bear to face all the conflicts and hassles. She figures things will work out the way they were meant to be and that worrying or getting too involved in these decisions is not worth the energy. According to Berzonsky’s identity exploration model, Beverly is a(n) Selected Answer: b. diffuse/avoidant type. Answers: a. secure type. b. diffuse/avoidant type. c. foreclosed type. d. information type. Question 6 1 out of 1 points __________ refers to a period of experimentation and freedom from daily expectations for role performance. Selected Answer: b. Psychosocial moratorium Answers: a. Self-efficacy b. Psychosocial moratorium c. Crystallization d.
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Commitment Question 7 0 out of 1 points Paul has changed his major twice. He has had several summer jobs and is considering another type of internship next year. With respect to his occupational identity, we would say he is engaging in Selected Answer: a.
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